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1. You can add this line using nano or vim from terminal (ctrl+alt+t): sudo nano /etc/sysctl.conf where you then scroll down and add the line by hand then press ctrl+x to end editing. You will be asked if you want to save, confirm that by pressing y and then once return to save. Same way you can reverse your changes. 2. You can add it as well ...
Have you tried sudo nano /etc/sysctl.conf at a command prompt?
I temporary fixed this by adding command to startup applications list: bash -c "sleep 2 && initctl restart unity-panel-service" You can also press ALT+F2 and execute: initctl restart unity-panel-service Ps: This will restart all indicators services and some of them will disappear if they started before.
Gedit's new interface no longer includes a toolbar. It's been somewhat oversimplified. I think pretty much everything is in menus now. If you really want the toolbar back, you can follow Videonauth's guide to downgrade Gedit, but it's quite complex. Unless you absolutely cannot stand the new look, stay with the current version.
File a bug @ Apt Team The Man pages says edit-sources is a WIP In the above link there's an e-mail and other related links for the APT Team.
For the record, I've been working on a VHDL syntax checking plugin for Vim called vim-hdl and it supports GHDL. You can check it out on github
For me, mousepad (leafpad+syntax highlighting for many programming and scripting languages) does the trick as a light text editor (lighter than almost any other GUI alternative, I'd say just go for the plain leafpad if you don't plan to program with that anyway). there's of course nano and VIM for editing in console. You might want to have a more ...
Depending on your desktop environment, there are several great options: Vim Emacs Nano kate (KDE, works in others with proper dependencies) Sublime (unlimited trial, or $70 USD) GEdit Leafpad Depending on your desired functionality, many of these options also provide add-ons or plugins to extend their native functionality.
I have used the ".LOG" functionality of Notepad for several years and have grown to depend on it quite a bit. My answer to you is not as sophisticated as some of the replies here (I suspect that is because I am not as savvy as some of the people who have attempted to help you herein...) When the Microsoft XP OS was abandoned by Microsoft I chose to make a ...
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